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€20 million plan proposed to develop Dublin’s Iveagh Market

https://www.rte.ie/news/dublin/2021/0210/1196339-iveagh-market-dublin/?fbclid=IwAR0-ze8cHCCMoOv0mi7-_odsIXdq5jOxech-_Tm2LDGkH7wwCXmix4B6Ons

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Veteran Dublin street trader

Wed, Jan 13, 2021, 17:10 Updated: Wed, Jan 13, 2021, 17:29 Conor Pope, Sarah Slater Irish Times Veteran Dublin street trader Tessie Carroll dies aged 88 Councillor pays tribute to ‘outstanding activist’ who worked Dublin 1 pitch for 60 years. Veteran Dublin street

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Happy New Year everyone.

We’re now back up and running after the break. Hope you all had a lovely Christmas and look forward to hearing from you all at some point in the year. Keep safe.

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Happy Christmas from IOMST

IOMST would like to sincerely thank all our members for their support in 2020. After an extremely challenging year, we look forward to a more positive 2021. During the Christmas period, the IOMST office will be closed from 1pm, Tuesday

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The Iveagh Market Due to Return.

Great News The Iveagh Market has been Saved! After decades of legal battles and years of neglect the iconic Iveagh Market returns control to the Iveagh Trust. A discovery was made that it must be revert back to the trust

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Wicklow Christmas Market – Looking For Craft Traders

Wicklow Christmas Market, a socially managed new experience for 2020. Set within the magical Abbey Grounds in Wicklow town just 25 minutes from the M50 Some spaces have become available for this weekend 11th 12th and 13th December for craft

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The Village Yard – Looking For Traders

The Village Yard Ballybrack are looking for craft traders for 2 weekends up to Christmas on Saturday & Sunday December 12th & 13th and Saturday & Sunday December 19th & 20th. There outdoor food & beer market is looking to

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Dublin For The Christmas Shopping 1985

We are all devastated with the decision by DCC to cancel Christmas Trading on Dublin’s Henry Street.

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Dublin street traders slate ‘unfair’ ban on Christmas stalls

City Council says decision taken for health and safety reasons amid Covid-19 pandemic Sorcha Pollak The Irish Times Casual traders who sell goods on Dublin’s Henry and Mary Street in the run up to Christmas have criticised Dublin City Council’s

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Markets Closed Again

For the 2nd time this year Markets have been forced to close. This means that any Market or Carboot should be closed until restrictions are lifted. Which will hopefully be December 1st. Only those Markets that sell primarily food are

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